Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: Q Ephemera 2019.001
Scope and Contents “An anti-Jackson campaign broadside, issued in the violent and libelous proceedings of the 1828 Presidential race. This broadside is decorated with woodcuts of six coffins, to illustrate the six Tennessee militia men who were executed for mutiny during the New Orleans campaign. The text gives a pitiful account of their death including sympathy provoking quotes from the moments before the execution. The “six militia men” story appeared in many forms, dogging Jackson throughout his political...
David M. Nelson military appointment made by Andrew Johnson, Governor of Tennessee. November 7, 1864
Scope and Contents David M. Nelson, Washington County, Tenn., appointment as First Lieutenant and Adjutant., Ninth Regiment of Cavalry of Tennessee Volunteers. Signed by Andrew Johnson, Governor of Tennessee, and Edward H. East, Secretary of State. November 7, 1864. DS (pfa) 1 pc. with seal.
Identifier: Ephemera 2020.029
Scope and Contents Pamphlet published by the Governor of Tennessee (Prentice Cooper) with various statistics on Tennessee’s economy, work force, education system, and public works during the years 1938-1943. Published December 20, 1943.
Dates: 1938 - 1943
Identifier: Ephemera 2019.045
Scope and Contents Ephemera related to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, 75th Anniversary, 2009
Identifier: Ephemera 2016.011
Identifier: MSC 0381
Scope and Contents Happy Home Church of God material is from the African American Church, which was located on Henson Road, off Middlebrook Pike near Tennessee Avenue and the L & N Railroad (the church as a group is no longer in existence). Material is housed in 1 box that contains 2 books of financial records + legal papers (including court exhibits) concerning the chancery court case filed by the Trustees of the church against the former pastor, John Bair, ca. 1948. Books and papers were sent to the McClung...
Identifier: MSC 0913
Scope and Contents James M. Welcker blacksmith account book (blacksmith’s Book), 1848 + ephemera. Found in James Park House, Knoxville, Tenn (Welcker was an in-law of the Park family).
Scope and Contents [KKK in Tennessee] Small archive of Klan items, related to Tennessee members, as follows: Typed Letter Signed on ornate, color, Nashville Klan letterhead, from James Esdale (Imperial Representative Realm of Tennessee) To S. R. Tiller in Caryville. Typed Letter Signed from J. Esdale to same Tiller on fancy Atlanta Klan letterhead about chartering a Klan. Unused check from the Butler, Tenn., Klan No. 64, Realm of Tennessee. Kloran Knights Kamellia (Primary Order of Knighthood) Property of the Ku...
Identifier: Q Ephemera 2011.002
Scope and Contents Tenn. Politics. Luke Lea, Campaign poster, Democratic candidate for re-election to U.S.Senate. Large photograph of Lea, with facsimile signature at bottom and message. Poster is 12 1/2 x 18", B&W. For Nov. Primary election, no date. 1916? VG. cond. with rolls and folds. Scarce, authentic vintage.
Identifier: MSC 0956
Scope and Contents Folder 1: Two banner signs, paper, one marked “MAYFIELD MILK ‘FAMOUS FOR TOP QUALITY’” and the other “MAYFIELD ROCKY ROAD,” Jersey cow logo, yellow and brown with white, 4” x 20”Folder 2: Sign, paper, marked “MAYFIELD’S Strawberry ICE CREAM” in red with color photograph of ice cream in blue bowl surrounded by fresh berries, 20” x 13”, usedFolder 3: Photocopies of articles and photographs of Mayfield Dairy Farm history. On 11” x 17” paperFolder...
Dates: 1920 - 1990
Identifier: QSPC 2019.006
Scope and Contents October 1924 — On Cliff Top of Mt. LeConte — To discuss organization. Charley Barber, Frank Wilson, Baxter Gass, Guy Barber, Charley Kane, Charley Lester, Marshall Wilson, Louise Smith, Caesar Stair, Douglas Smith, Besse Geagley, George Barber, W. H. McCroskey, Carlos Campbell, and T. S. McKinney. Photo by Jim Thompson from pg 6 of The Golden Years of the Smoky Mountains Hiking Club: Smoky Mountains Hiking Club History 1924-1974
Identifier: Ephemera 2016.005
Identifier: MSC 0385
Scope and Contents Sequoyah Garden Club Minutes: Feb. 1949 through 1997 (3 vols.); one bound volume of club yearbooks, 1949-1968, 8 scrapbooks. Club is still active and retained the most recent material.
Scope and Contents Stuneck, H. G. The Development of the Penitentiary System in Tennessee. History research paper completed for History 512 taught by Dr. P. M. Hamer during the winter term 1932.
Identifier: Ephemera 2020.031
Scope and Contents Card with poem “Touching the Pencil” by Richard M. “Pek” Gunn, Poet Laureate of Tennessee printed inside. Front of card has etching of a boy at a table writing while a man in overalls touches the pencil he’s using. Poem is about the lessons his father taught him. Title refers to an illiterate person signing a legal document by touching the pencil while their name was signed by another person.
Identifier: MSC 0396
Scope and Contents Inaugural Address of William G. Brownlow, Governor of Tennessee to the General Assembly, April 1865. Handwritten, leather-bound volume. 1 vol., some water & mold damage. + 2 books given to McClung Collection : Sketches of the Rise, Progress and Decline of Secession... by W.G. Brownlow, 1862 (duplicate) and Life of Andrew Johnson... by James S. Jones, 1901. Inscribed in front to Jno B. Brownlow from Walter P. Brownlow. (McClung Collection has 2 copies)
Dates: 1862 - 1865; 1901
Scope and Contents Letter from William Rule, Camp Blythes Ferry, to his uncle James Tarwater, Nov. 1863. Discusses at length the future government of Tennessee when it re-entered the Union and how to deal with the former rebels. William Rule (1839-1928) of Knox County served in Co. A, 6th Tenn. Cavalry (USA), His rank on mustering out was 1st Lt. Adj. Rule was the long-time editor of the Knoxville Journal (1885-1928). ALS, 6 pages. Mentions the importance of the Chattanooga area, Gen. Burnside, the railroad...